Puente Cultural Integration
Why “Puente“? The word puente in Spanish means “bridge” and it is also the symbol of our mission. We want to bridge the gap for cultural understanding.
The mission of Puente Cultural Integration is to provide and advocate for equitable resources and opportunities to immigrant and minority-owned businesses. We help to bridge the cultural and language gap between the Latinx/Hispanic community and agencies through inclusive program development, bilingual and culturally appropriate marketing strategies, Spanish-language services, workshops, individualized small business coaching, and cross-cultural consulting.
We are supporting nonprofit, corporate, and governmental agencies with equitable outcome-based program (re)design inclusive of immigrant and Latinx communities. Beyond simply translating current programs, we develop training materials and implement innovative strategies to engage with the communities we serve.
Our bilingual and bicultural consultants will help you to communicate clearly and effectively, improving your profitability. We have marketing and accounting experts, as well as cross-cultural and diversity training programs.
Meet Bridget Espinosa, Puente Cultural Integration
Bridget is a native-level bilingual professional with strong leadership and technology skills. She has been doing contract work in relocation and cross-cultural training for almost 20 years and has extensive knowledge of the diverse Hispanic cultures. Bridget studied and lived in Mexico and has a passion for travel, immersing herself in both the Central Mexican and the Latino cultures in Metro Detroit. With over 20 years experience teaching the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures, she is a cross-cultural consultant and trainer for nonprofit organizations, small businesses, and international corporations, supporting a culturally competent staff, digital marketing and individualized programming. Her superior Spanish language communication skills and multicultural expertise will help to improve market strategy and help bridge the cultural gaps.